Dipetalonema

Dipetalonema

 [di-pet″ah-lo-ne´mah]
a genus of nematode parasites of the superfamily Filarioidea, including D. per´stans and D. streptocer´ca, species primarily parasitic in man, other primates serving as reservoir hosts.

Dipetalonema

(dī-pet'ă-lō-nē'mă),
A genus of nematode filariae with species in humans and many other mammals; as with other filarial worms, it produces microfilariae in blood or tissue fluids, with adults found in deep connective tissue, membranes, or visceral surfaces.
[G. di-, two, + petalon, leaf, + nēma, thread]
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Modified Knott method was used for detection of microfilaria of Dipetalonema evansi (Karimi et al., 2015).
Species of the genus Dipetalonema Diesing 1861 sensu stricto are filarial parasites of Neotropical monkeys (Bain et al.
Canine filariosis is caused mainly by filarial nematodes belonging to Dirofilaria, Dipetalonema and Brugia species (Ambily, 2009).
Chatterjee, "Xanthine oxidase, superoxide dismutase, catalase and lipid peroxidation in Mastomys natalensis: effect of Dipetalonema viteae infection," Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, vol.
A redescription of Dipetalonema finlayi (Mazza and Tiora, 1932) from a viscacha, Lagidium peruanum of Peru.
Ja para caes, impoe-se teste diferencial para Dipetalonema reconditum encontrado no tecido conjuntivo subcutaneo.
Dipetalonema gracile (Rudolphi, 1809) Diesing, 1861.
Estos dos ultimos metodos se basan en la observacion de microfilarias teniendo un mayor margen de error en el diagnostico, ya que requieren entrenamiento adecuado para la identificacion y diferenciacion de las larvas de Dirofilaria immitis con las de Dipetalonema reconditum.
Effect of mebendazole and levamisole on Onchocerca volvulus and Dipetalonema perstans Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg.
Combination of filtration and histochemical stain for detection and differentiation of Dirofilaria immitis and Dipetalonema reconditum in the dog.
La muestras positivas fueron sometidas a un examen morfologico y biometrico para su diferenciacion con la microfilaria de Dipetalonema reconditum, otra filaria comun en nuestro medio, no patogena, cuyas formas adultas se alojan en el subcutaneo del hospedero.